La Vida Secreta de los Gabachos (The Secret Life of White People)

The title in Spanish is across the top, and in English along the bottom.  Black and white collage of a tire on the left and telephone pole and wires on the right.
"Just in case you were curious, these stories and rambles were banged out in the midst of working on a completely different writing project about guys from Mexico and Central America who sneak over the US border and ride around the freight train lines looking for work. My plan was to write exciting travel stories that would educate people about the global economy and give voice to a section of the population that hardly ever gets heard. Unfortunately, I kept finding myself in all these fucked up situations where I wanted to be able to help people who desperately needed it but all I had was my pen and my journal and it didn't feel like enough. The "Vida Secreta" title is just a perspective joke, it's coming from being a white kid writing about another people's culture and problems, trying to figure out my role in it all as an outsider and remembering to laugh."

The Witch's Child

Cover of The Witch's Child
A story about the fall of the Roman Empire. "The Witch’s Child urges us to celebrate the return of Spring. It is about the importance of May Day and what we have to gain by rooting ourselves in the rhythm of the seasons. After a long Winter of darkness and stillness, we’ve been feeling the resurgence of growth and we rise up too, to remember the importance of re-emerging after the cold, inward months." (from

Internationalist Perspective

"International Perspective is a publication defending Marxism as a living theory, one that can go back to its sources, criticize them, and develop hand in hand with the historical social trajectory. As such, if International Perspective bases itself on theoretical accomplishments of the Communist Left, IP believes that its principal task is to go beyond weaknesses and the insufficiencies of the Communist Left through an effort of incessant theoretical development..."